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PROLOGUE 



As another school year comes to an end, it is easy to look back on 
ones' mind and remember the happenings of the past year. But what 
of next year or the year after that? Many memories will undoubtedly 
fade with age or be lost in the confusion of ensuing years. Graduating 
seniors may find it especially hard to reminisce the times they en- 
countered in their last year at I. B.C., now that they are beginning 
another stage of their lives. 

So how does one sum up a year? How does one go about putting 
down on paper the memories, sports, special events and visions of 
everyday life at I. B.C.? 

We, of the yearbook staff, have tried to accomplish this seemingly 
insurmountable task and present here, to the students and faculty the 
best of our combined abilities (in the limited space alotted us). If 
anything has been accidentally omitted, we wish to voice our sin- 
cerest apologies. 



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In a game marred by costly fumbles and 
untimely interceptions, the IBC Eagles 
dropped their Homecoming contest to 
Eureka 17-14. Despite two touchdown 
passes from Bill Caiahan to Pete Mas- 
tandrea and Frank Riley, along with a fine 
defensive exhibition in the closing min- 
utes, the Red Devils of Eureka were still 
able to edge by our Eagles. 

It was an exciting game played on a 
muddy field, under overcast skies, before 
a receptive crowd. 




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"THIS ONE'S 

FOR YOU'' 




"This One's For You" was the theme of 
the 1977 Homecoming Dance held in the 
Lindheimer Room of McCormick Place, on 
the lake. Nearly 200 couples danced to the 
music of "Sahara." 

The loss of the Homecoming football 
game to Eureka did not prevent the for- 
mally attired couples from having a very 
memorable evening. 



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PELC BECOMES RICE 
CENTER 

The Physical Education Learning Center officially became the 
Dan and Ada Rice Center Sunday, October 16, 1977, in cere- 
monies held in the arena area. The Rice family bequeathed the 
school their collection of trophies and also $500,000 from their 
estate. 







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BECKER INAUGURATED 

On November 5, 1977, Dr. Richard C. Becker was 
officially inaugurated as president of Illinois Benedic- 
tine College and in doing so became the first lay pres- 
ident in the history of the college. Although he has 
held the office for well over a year, he felt he deserved 
a reasonable test of time and discouraged thoughts of 
an earlier inauguration. 

Expounding on his past accomplishments and fu- 
ture goals, Dr. Becker vowed to strive for the aca- 
demic and personal excellence that will form I. B.C. 
into an institute of high esteem. 






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This is EAGLE COUNTS 




There were people playing softball, going to 
football and basketball games and partying. 
People partied at the Pub, the Halloween party 
in the old gym and at Hall parties. Then there 
were those who painted their Hall for the IHA 
decorating contest, and even a few who par- 
tied while studying for tests. While studying 
for tests??? 





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SO IF YOU THINK YOUR LIFE IS COMPLETE CONFUSION 
CAUSE YOUR NEIGHBORS GOT IT MADE 
JUST REMEMBER, PLEASE, IT'S A GRAND ILLUSION 
AND DEEP INSIDE, WERE ALL THE SAME 

— Styx — 




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FALL: 
ANYONE 
FOR 
SOFTBALL? 







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FALL 




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GRIDMEN FINISH SEASON WITH 

4-6 RECORD 




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Coaches and players look on at a tense moment. 



Row 1: (I to r) G. Lopez, C. O'Brien, K. Gosewisch, B. Bolger, T. Laz- 
zara, S. McGuire, B. Dunn, C. Dobes, K. Nelson, J. Dobes, T. Nevosa, 
M. O'D, Row 2: J. Osborne, D. Murray, D. Moran, L. White, J. Zielinski, 
R. Gallagher, T. Benoit, T. McMahon, T. Healy, M. Nawrocki, J. 
McGrath, R. Sanders, H. Segoviano, J. Elo, T. Ross, Row 3: P. Zenzola, 
B. Small, M. Abernathy, W. Elwart, J. Contento, M. Janecke, J. Rejc, D. 
O'Conner, M. Corley, E. Jurica, T. McGrath, P. Mastandrea, B. Calla- 
han, J. Welty, T. Norton, M. Carlson, T. Roth. Row 4: M. Bickel, M. 
Oskielunas, R. Wright, R. Brya, K. Silver, L. Budnik, D. Higgins, T. 
Cahill, M. O'Reilly, K. O'Shea, K. Knight, M. Ryan, B. Gleason, J. 
O'Donnel, J. Kocal, B. Eufrasio. S. Tompkins, Row 5: J. Wojcik, J. 
Darcey, R. Van Ham, J. Baumgartner, B. Klatt, T. Hanrahan, M. Darcey, 
J. Quaid, R. Vincent, K. O'Keefe, M. Reiter, T. O'Meara B. Meyer, M. 
O'Grady, B. Benjamin, F. Riley, S. Staten, T. Nelson, T. Cronin, B. 
Scott, F. Sabatine. 




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The IBC football team ended its season with 
a 4-6 record. The victories of the 1977 season 
were over Concordia, 55-20, Illinois Wesleyan 
35-28, Dubuque, 23-21, and Lakeland, 37-0. 
Graduating from the squad will be Callahan, 
Mastandrea, Jerry Rejc, John Welty, Jann 
Contento, Ed Jurica, Jim Roth, Mike Corley, 
Dan O'Connor, and Tom McGrath. 

Bill Calahan, Pete Mastandrea, and Mike 
Manson were named to the all-district team, 
and Mastandrea was nominated for all- 
American honors in the NAIA. 




Don Murray heads down field. 





A tired and disgusted Pete Mastandrea walks 
to the sidelines. 




Joe O'Donnel breaks a tackle 



Dennis Moran finds a big whole in opposition's line. 



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Front: Beth Conroyd, Row 2: (I to r) 
Sue Curran, Kathy O'Laughlin, Tina 
Benesh, Row 3: Debbie Behrens, 
Mary Spahn, Julie Marshall, Top: 
Kim Kirtland. 



CHEERLEADERS SEND SPIRIT 
TO NEW HEIGHTS 




POM-PON SQUAD: SPIRIT IS 
THEIR BUSINESS 






Front: (I to r) Erin Hooley, Helen Geanon, Row 1: Cindy 
Anderson, Sue Knox, Bernie Kucik, Beth Hammond, Row 
2: Kerry Lyman, Sue Krynicki, Linda Nowazyk, Row 3: 
Mary Buckley, Nancy Toussaint, Mary O'Ryan, Caryl 
Ellman, Jeanine Paese, Standing: Ann Horkain, Barb 
Bielowski, Jory Gillfillan. 




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IBC HARRIERS WIN 

CONFERENCE; 

GO TO NATIONALS 



The 1977 Cross Country team was the finest 
in Illinois Benedictine's history. The team had 
a 12-1 dual meet record and they successfully 
defended their championship in the N.I.I.C. 
and the Spartan Invitational. The team, on the 
strength of a second place finish in the district 
meet, qualified for the national championship 
for the third consecutive year. At the N.C.A.A. 
Division III Championship Meet, the team 
placed 31st, which was the highest finish in 
this school's history. 





Row 1: (I to r) Scott Donnelli, Mike Orloski, 
Lee Crumpton, Jim Kopkowski, Jorge Herr- 
era, Tim Strevell, Row 2: Mike O'Brien, 
John Sweich, Dan Ohara, Don Hickman, 
Tim Laverne, Coach Bruce Coleman. 



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BENEDICTINE 









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VOLLEYBALL TEAM FINISHES 
SECOND 



The 1977 Women's Volleyball Team finished 
second in their conference for the season. Lori 
Desjardini was selected as Most Valuable and Liz 
Boesen as the most improved player. According to 
Coach Laura Bena, the twelve women who repre- 
sented I. B.C. in volleyball played very well during 
the season, and with several key team members 
returning next year an even better finish could be 
possible. 





Row 1: (I to r) Karen Kellogg, Liz Boesen, Sue Stecher, Kathy 
Cullen, Marilyn Kulak, Carol Garvey, Lori Desjardine, Row 2: 
Laura Bena, Liz Giannini, Madeline Gianforte, Mo Sloan, 
Marge Payne, Sara Holland, Ray G. 




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SOCCER CLUB HAS ROUGH 
SEASON 



The IBC soccer club in its 
third season experienced 
some difficulty last season. It 
was a learning experience 
for the club, though, and 
their 1978 schedule is being 
looked forward to. 






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An IBC shot is saved by an opposing goalie. 



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Row 1: Tony Stablein, Dave Zuro, Marty Malone, Tim Healey, Joe Payette, 
Gene Kus, Scott Tompkins, Mark Lepinski; Manger, Row 2: Mike Miller, Paul 
Schierer, John Lane, Blain Cusak, Pete Caravette, Brian O'Gradt, Jim 
Roccasalva, Jon Wiezeorick, Coach Tom Carrico, 



EAGLE 
SWIMMERS 
MAKE 
WAVES 



The IBC mens swim team won 
the schools first swimming trophy, 
won at the Hawk Relays, hosted by 
the Illinois Institute of Technology 
in 1977. The highlight of the sea- 
son was the total team effort at the 
IIT Relays. The 1977 season was 
the men's teams first which is 
made up of 14 swimmers and two 
divers. 

The womens team had 11 
swimmers participate in the State 
Meet. The team finished fifth in the 
small college division. The overall 
team record for the women was 
5-5. 




Row 1: Marie Stablein, Magarite Smith, Maggie Vandale, Marilyn Kulak, Judy Runge, Row 2: Mark 
Lepinski; manager, Jane Eckerson, Lynn Riley, Denise Fleming, Alicia Blask, Kathy Pavletic, Coach 
Tom Carrico. 



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Dr. Richard Becker, President 



Thomas Dyba, Executive Vice President 



PEOPLE YOU 





James Weinlader, Dean of Student Services 



John Riggenbach, Director of Residence 
Life. 



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Rev. Joseph Chang, OSB, Controller. 



Thomas Rich, Director of Admissions. 



SHOULD KNOW 





Walter Block, Director of Grants and Special 
Projects. 



Dr. Gloria Tysl, Dean of Faculty and 
Instruction. 



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PT BOATS AND 
PANTY RAIDS 








It was a "crazy kind of year" 
Whether you were working in the lab, 
taking part in the first mens panty raid 
or watching Dave Laz and his PT Boat 
bomb the slough, there was always 
something different to do around IBC. 
For a change of pace you could make 
a fool of yourself by getting hyp- 
notized in front of a crowd, or partici- 
pate in a game of Risk with "The 
Gang." 





TRI BETA HAS RECORD 
MEMBERSHIP YEAR 




PSYCHOLOGY CLUB SEEKS 
NATIONAL CHARTER 




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THE VOICE OF THE STUDENTS: 




The Torch provided everyone with the news 
of the previous weeks events as well as in- 
formed everyone of upcoming parties, football 
games, dances, and new policies of the col- 
lege. It truely was and is the voice of Illinois 
Benedictine College. 

In 1977-1978, the Torch had two editors-in- 
chief. First semester Bill Lisowski was in 
command, but due to his graduation in the 
spring, passed the lead position to Bob Belter 
second semester. Along with the dedication of 
the editor-in-chief, many departmental editors 
and a responsible staff exhibited journalistic 
excellence not soon to be forgotten. 



THE TORCH 



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The 1977-1978 Torch Staff. 



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THE STUDENT AFFAIRS BOARD 



A wide range of activities 
were held by SAB, including: 
folk singers, a polka party, 
hypnotists, mimes, magicians, 
the outdoor concert, and very 
successful Homecoming and 
Winter Weekend activities and 
dances. 

Besides the planning of so- 
cial events, SAB is responsible 
for controlling the budgets of 
all student clubs and organiza- 
tions as well as the for classes. 
SAB also works with the Dean 
on policy effecting the stu- 
dents of the college. 




SAB President. Jeanine LaLoggia. 




The SAB Council during a general meeting. 



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THE INTERHALL ASSOCIATION 




Interhall Association President. John Osborne. 



IHA, besides organizing 
recreational activities for the 
residents of IBC, is also re- 
sponsible for establishing 
the judicial board. Through 
the representation of each 
floor of each dorm in IHA, a 
healthy relationship has 
been established between 
the administration and the 
students. 




Elected representatives of the Interhall Association listen to their president. 



THE BLACK 





One of many models at the BSA fashion show. 




STUDENT 
ASSOCIATION 




Members of the 1977-1978 Black Student Association. 



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PEP BAND PROMOTES WINNING 
SPIRIT 




Rich Jirka pleases crowd with his 
horn. 





The 1977-78 IBC Pep Band. 



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STUDENT AFFILITATES OF THE 
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 




MATH CLUB 




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THE 1977-1978 MEMORYBOOK STAFF 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



Shawn Acino 



ASSISTANT EDITOR Ron Hugar 



PHOTO EDITORS Mike Davern and Andy Siewert 

SPORTS EDITOR Jim Carey 

STAFF Ann Manthey 

Gina Bojanowski 

Buda 
Special thanks to Morris Ferensen of Hunter for all his 
help and patience. 



BABY IT'S 

COLD 

OUTSIDE!! 








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WINTER 




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IBC PRODUCTIONS 
PRESENTS SUPER SEASON 





Michael Madach 



I DO! I DO!: (I to r) Roger Place, Sharon Place. 



The cast of PURLIE. 





DAMES AT SEA: (I to r) Glen Jordan, Dave Rice, Kathy Svetich, Ray Bradford, Theresa Echols. 





COME BACK LITTLE SHEBA: (I to r) 
James O'Donnell, Nancy Sotos. 



YOUR A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN: (I to r) Dave Rice, Dorinda Gannon, Jim Hanak, 
Laura Miller; front: Rich Gannon. 



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IBC CAGERS FINISH THIRD IN 

NIIC 



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EAGLE Country 





IBC basketball supporters. 



Bob Bray on defense. 



Row 1 : (I to r) Kevin Martel, John Bonk, Ken 
Lescinski, Ed Dickson. Row 2: Coach La- 
Scala, Joe Kilbride, Mark DeBroek, Greg 
Page, Greg Brown, Bob Bray. Row 3: Mike 
Smith, Greg Pachowski, Bob Budnick, 
Maurice Clark, Paul Sidney. 




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Illinois Benedictine ended its 
basketball season February 21 
with a 16-10 record. The Eagles 
were 9-3 in the NIIC, good for a 
third place finish. The 1978 team 
accomplished this with no seniors 
on the squad. Both Paul Sidney 
and Ed Dickson will be four year 
varsity starters next year. Also re- 
turning is junior Bob Bray, an ex- 
cellent outside shooter. Coach 
LaScala attributes this years high 
points to team effort and perser- 
verance. 






Coach LaScala talks to the squad before the game. 



Paul Sidney scoring against St. Joe. 




The Eagles await the officials decision. 



WOMEN HAVE TOUGH SEASON 



The 1977-1978 Womens Basketball Team, 
coached by Barb Kane, finished the season with a 
record of eight wins and nine losses. Liz Bossen 
was the teams leading scorer and rebounder, av- 
eraging 16.6 points and 7.5 rebounds per game. 
Other key players were Sandy Smith, 10.1 points 
and 7 rebounds per game, and Madeline Gran- 
forte, 11.9 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. 
Special awards were given to Liz Bossen, most 
valuable, Vicki Banks, most improved, and Karen 
Maloney, best defensive player. 





Row 1: (I to r) Marge Payne. Madeline Granforte, Vicki 
Banks, Liz Giannini, Patty Guare. Row 2: Karen Kellen, 
Sandy Smith, Annette Rhodes, Leah Walker, Liz Boesen, 
Cindy Dube, Coach Barb Kane. 




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IBC'S OWN 
MISS UNIVERSE 






LIFE 

IN 

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WONDERLAND AMIDST THE 
SNOW 

On February 25, 1978, the Indian Lakes Country 
Club of Bloomingdale was host to the Illinois Be- 
nedictine College Winter Weekend Dance. Ap- 
proximately 130 couples attended the semi-formal 
affair which concluded the events of the tradi- 
tional Winter Weekend activities. 

Couples danced to the music of Aureus. The 
band played a wide range of music including Dis- 
co, 50's and Rock. The co-chairpersons were 
Mary-Gail Adams and Vicki Banks who went all 
out to make the dance a total success. 




Everybody Smile! 




Aureus plays for the couples in attendance. 





A happy couple poses for the camera. 



Bob Meyer and date boogie to beat of Aureus. 



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The Pub is the closest thing 
IBC has to a student union, 
and it is used accordingly. SAB 
usually scheduled entertain- 
ment there once a week. The 
acts ranged from hypnotists to 
singers to mimes. 

Dorms used the Pub to hold 
beer parties, and Ondrak Hall 
even used it for its spring pic- 
nic. The Pub is a place to stop 
in for a quick beer, shoot a 
game of pool, or take on a fu- 
ture Pinball Wizard at the pin- 
ball machine. 




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TRACK TEAM #1 INSIDE AND OUT 



1978 brought yet another 
NAIA District 20 title to the IBC 
track team. The Eagles staged 
come from behind victories 
and passed by defending 
champion Illinois Wesleyan. 

The end of the outdoor track 
season found IBC on top 
again. This being the Eagles 
second straight outdoor Dis- 
trict 20 championship. 

Coach Coleman was named 
coach of the year for an out- 
standing year. This is the first 
team in the school's history to 
win two district titles. 



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WOMENS TRACK 
INAUGURATED AT IBC 



Coach Laura Bena was pleased with the per- 
formance of the first ever IBC womens track team. 
The women showed great enthusiasm in victories 
over North Central and in the invitational meet the 
Eagles co-hosted with North Central. Strong per- 
formers of the season were Nancy Feltz, Annette 
Rhodes, and Lynn Green. 



Below: Row 1 : (I to r) Sonny Brosofske. Nancy Feltz, Marie 
Stableln, Jory Gllfillan, Liz Boeson, Gina Bojanowski. Row 
2: Roxanne Suchy, Sue Walsh, Jeanine LaLoggla, Marilyn 
Young, Jane Eckerson, Bobbie Givens, Coach Laura 
Bena. 




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DIAMONDMEN 

HAVE SUCCESSFUL 

SEASON 



The Illinois Benedictine College baseball team 
finished its 1978 season with a 28-26 record. This 
years team chalked up the most wins ever by an 
IBC baseball team. The Eagles also had four 
players nominated for all-District honors, Jim 
Deegan, Pete Mastandrea, Tom McCarthy, and 
Tom Chalky. 

Coach Ostrowski believes the good season was 
due to a team effort. The Eagles have now had at 
least a share of the NIIC crown for the last eight 
years. 




Safe! 



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WOMENS 

SOFTBALL SHOOTS 
FOR STATE 
TOURNEY 



The strength in the 1978 womens 
Softball team was in its infield quickness 
and depth. Outstanding players of the past 
season in the infield were: Sue Stecher, 
Patty Guare, Marge Paine and Vicki 
Banks. Although it was believed pitching 
would pose a problem to the Eagles, Paula 
Nordstrum proved to be a able hurler. 




Below: Row 1: (I to r) Sue Stetcher, Karen 
Maloney, Lori Lesjardine, Nancy Bond, Sandy 
Smith, Row 2: Judy Runge, Liz Giannini, Diana 
Kwiecinski, Rita Murray, Paula Nordstrom, Row 3: 
Paul Bardachowski, Margie Payne, Denise Flem- 
ming, Vicki Banks, Cindy Krzystofiak, Karen Kel- 
len, Coach Barb Kane. 




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TENNIS TEAM FINISHES ON TOP 



The 1978 IBC tennis team cap- 
tured the fifth straight NIIC 
crown. The Eagles are the first 
team to win five championships 
in the nine year history of the 
Northern Illinois Intercollegiate 
Conference. 

Coach Gary Moore, in his fifth 
season, has won all the confer- 
ence titles since he has taken 
over. Coach Moore also believes 
IBC will have a representation in 
the nationals. 




Members of the 1978 tennis team. 





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COMMUTER 
PICNIC 





GOOD TIME FOR 
ALL 





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THE 

OUTDOOR 

CONCERT 




THE YEAR'S FINAL BLOW OUT 



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JAEGER HALL 




First Floor 




Second Floor 



Third Floor 



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KOHLBECK HALL 




First Floor 




Second Floor 




Third Floor 



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THE WOMEN OF ONDRAK HALL 






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NEUZIL HALL 




First Floor 




Second Floor 




Third Floor 



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THE TURN OF ANOTHER PAGE . . 



For me the world is weird because it is stupend- 
ous, awesome, mysterious, unfathomable; my in- 
terest has been to convince you that you must 
assume responsibility for being here, in this mar- 
velous world, in this marvelous time. I wanted to 
convince you that you must learn to be here for 
only a short while; in fact, too short for witnessing 
all the marvels of it. 

— Don Juan — 




Phil Bozek addresses the graduates. 




IBC President Dr. Richard Becker presents the class 
of '78. 



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Bill Pavlecic receives his diploma. 



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. . THE END OF ANOTHER YEAR 





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Vicki Banks 



Richard Antonini 
Brother Barnabas 





Bill Antoskiewicz 




Jan Atwater 




Bill Bayci 



Terry Bozek 



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Mary Alice Buckley 



Terry Bugno 




George Dorna 






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Alan Burnham 



Pearlette Campbell 




Lorraine Dyba 




Carol Glaza 





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Ellen Gleason 



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Frank Chieppa 




Nancy Feltz 




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Cathy Griffin 




Jann Contento 




Ron Fischer 




Maureen Healey 




Dale Cudjoe 




John Fulara 




Jaleane Heathfield 



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Dave Herrmann 



Dan Herrmann 



Jorge Herrera 




Jeanine LaLoggia 






Larry Markowski 



Vince Kerner 




Bill Lisowski 




Tom McCarthy 



Steve Mardjetkos 



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John Knobloch 



Carmela Kocian 




Maryellen Lissak 




Judy McKenna 





Tony Lulek 




Mike Merola 




Vic Kovacs 




Bill Marchi 




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Lynn Palmisano 



Bill Pavelcic 



John Osborne 



Greg Oparyk 




Nancy Rudzinski 





Justine Salcik 




Bob Swanson 




Kurt Savegnago 




Vince Thinath 



Marie Stablein 



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Joan Purcell 



Matt Roberts 




Steve Schoen 





Dan Sharp 



Pam Zitnik 



Jerry Rejc 






Joe Rudolph 




Joe Sinkovits 




Dave Zuro 



SENIOR CREDITS 



Mary Gail Adams 

Psychology/Elementary Education — Circle-K; 1,2,3,4 Intra- 
mural Sports; 1,2,3,4 Blue Key National Honor Fraternity; 3,4 
Psychology Club; 3,4 Who's Who in American Colleges & Uni- 
versities 
William Bayci 

Economics/Accounting — Track Team; 1,2,3,4 Co-Captain; 4 
IM Supervisor; 1,2,3,4 Torch Statf; 1,2,3,4, Sports Editor; 2,3,4 
R.A.; 3,4 
Marian L. Bertellotti 

Psychology — Intramural Sports; 1,2,3,4 Biology Club; 
1 ,2,3,4 Psychology Club; 3,4 Vice-Pres.; 4 Circle-K; 2,3,4 Who's 
Who In American Colleges & Universities; 4 
James M. Brown 

Music Education — IBC Community Chorus; 1,2,3,4 
Mary Alice Buckley 

Physical Education — Pom Pon Squad; 3,4 Physical Educa- 
tion Club; 3 
Terrence Joseph Bugno 

Chemistry/Math — ACS; 2,3,4 Treasurer; 3 President; 4 Math 
Club; 2,3,4 IBC Jazz Band; 2,3,4 Blue Key National Honor Fra- 
ternity; 3,4 Dean's List; 2,3,4 Who's Who in American Colleges 
& Universities; 4 
Alan R. Burnham 

Bio-Chemistry/Math — ACS; 1,2,3,4 Math Club; 2,3,4 Vice- 
Pres.; 4 Who's Who in American Colleges & Universities; 4 
Janine M. Cook 

Physical Education — Dean's List; 3,4 
Mary Dufour 

Math — Dean's List; 4 
Michael J. Exarhos 

Biology — Tri-Beta; 1,2,3,4 Soccer Club; 2,3,4 Captain; 4 
Nancy Feltz 

Math/Physical Education — Pom Pon Squad; 1,2,3,4 Cap- 
tain; 4 Intramural Sports; 1,2,3,4 R.A.; 3,4 Math Club; 3,4 Blue 
Key National Honor Fraternity; 4 Who's Who in American Col- 
leges & Universities; 4 
Charles Giger 

Biochemistry — Tri-Beta; 1,2,3,4 ACS; 1,2,3,4 Intramural 
Sports; 2,3,4 Dean's List; 1,2,3,4 
Catherine A. Griffin 

Accounting/Business Economics/Economics 
James Hanak 

Math/Secondary Education — Stage Band; 1,2,3,4 Circle-K; 
1,2 Math Club; 3,4 
Steven Hensly 

Elementary Education — Baseball Team; 2,3 Hockey Club; 2 
Intramural Sports; 4 
Daniel Herrmann 

Chemistry — Intramural Sports; 1,2,3,4 ACS; 2,3,4 Soccer 
Club; 2,3,4 M.R. Program; 1,2,3,4 
David Herrmann 

Biology — Tri-Beta; 2,3,4 Pres.; 4 Campus Ministry; 3,4 
Frank Kirk 

Psychology — Psychology Club; 2,3,4 BSA; 2,3,4 Intramural 
Sports; 1,2,3,4 ACS; 3,4 Dean's List; 1,2,3,4 
Steven J. Kizior 

Pre-Med (Biology) — Tri-Beta; 3,4 Secretary; 4 Dean's List; 
1,2,3,4 
John F. Knobloch 

History — History Club; 1,2 Campus Ministry; 2,3,4 Presi- 
dents Award; 2,3 Who's Who in American Colleges & Univer- 



sities; 4 
William Lisowski 

Literature & Communications — Intramural Sports; 1,2,3,4 
Dean's List; 1,2,3,4 Flux/Torch; 1,2,3,4 Sports Editor; 1 Fea- 
tures Editor; 2 Editor-in-Chief; 3,4 
Anthony Lulek 

Physical Education — Track Team; 1,2,3,4 Intramural Sports 
1,2,3,4 S.A.B. Class Rep; 3,4 Who's Who in American Colleges 
& Universities; 4 
William Marchi 

Chemistry — ACS; 1,2,3,4 Vice-Pres.; 4 Circle-K; 3,4 
Mary K. Martel 

Chemistry — ACS; 1,2,3,4 Film Commission; 1,2,3,4 Intramu- 
ral Sports; 1,2,3,4 Women's Director; 3,4 Blue Key National 
Honor Fraternity; 4 
Judi A. McKenna 

Accounting — Memory Book Editor; 2 
Michael A. Merola 

Music — Intramural Sports; 1,2,3,4 Psychology Club; 2,3 IBC 
Jazz Band; 4 
Daniel O'Connor 

Business Economics/English — Intramural Sports; 1,2,3,4 
Circle-K; 3 Campus Ministry; 3,4 Football; 1,4 
Gregory Thomas Oparyk 

Accounting — Intramural Sports; 1,2,3,4 IBC Bowling 
League; 3,4 President; 4 Business Club; 3,4 Vice-Pres.; 4 
William Pavlecic 

Business Economics — Flux/Torch; 1,2,3,4 News Editor; 3 
Assoc. Editor; 4 Soccer Club; 2,3 Dean's List; 3,4 
Carolyn L. Phelan 

Music 
Jerry Rejc 

Math — Football Team; 1,2,3,4 Intramural Sports; 1,2,3,4 
Matthew Roberts 

Political Science — Golf Team; 2,3,4 Captain; 4 Dean's List; 
2,3,4 President's Award; 3 Who's Who in American Colleges & 
Universities; 4 
Daniel Roller 

Music — Campus Ministry; 1,2,3,4 M.R. Program; 2,3,4 Pep 
Band; 3,4 Conductor; 4 Coffee House Mgr.; 4 
Nancy Marie Rudzinski 

Business Economics — Commuter Assoc; 3,4 President; 4 
Intramural Sports; 3,4 Torch Staff; 3 Blue Key National Honor 
Fraternity; 4 Who's Who in American Colleges & Universities; 4 
Justine A. Salcik 

Music — Coordinator Child Care Co op; 2,3 Psychology 
Club; 2 Campus Ministry; 4 
Steve Schoen 

Pre-Dent (Biology) — Tri-Beta; 1,2,3,4 Karate Club; 1,2 Blue 
Key National Honor Fraternity; 4 
Carol Stiglianese 

Biology — Intramural Sports; 1,2,3,4 Genetic Research; 2,3,4 
Chorus; 2,3,4 
Narue A. Zenere 

Business Economics — Volleyball Team; 1,2 Intramural 
Sports; 1,2,3,4 Business Club; 1,2,3,4 Poli. Sci. Club; 3,4 
Pamela Zitnik 

Elementary Education — Intramural Sports; 1,2,3,4 Memory 
Book Staff; 2 Circle-K; 2 
David Zuro 

Physical Education — Intramural Sports; 2,3,4 Physical Edu- 
cation Club; 2 Swim Team; 4 



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